Our marketing director (and resident blogger :)) has her bedroom featured on Apartment Therapy's Room for Color contest!
You can vote for her to go on to the Finals here: http://tinyurl.com/yzkfbdq You must register your email but it is fast/free/and wont give you spam.
A graduate of Pratt Institute for Interior Design, the room is designed by me, Mandi Danesi. Check out the draperies, made from Yoma's discontinued Boite in Burgundy. There are Yoma remnants all around actually if you look :)
Based in Chicago, Katherine showcases her keen eye for all things chic. What a great design sense! Check out her blog, and notice she was kind enough to feature her Yoma fav, COCO. http://www.urbanfleadesign.net
BARDOT Azure is the focal-point of this staircase landing in a stunning project: interior design by Gerard Robertson and the HLW International team. Seat becomes surround with this unique and inventive use of our large-scale floral. Please look at the May '09 issue of Interior Design to see a complete editorial on this project.
We know it is important to make sustainability information as clear as possible. We have put together a 2-page matrix that explains the sustainability of all our green product (click on the above photos for a readable and printable image). There are two main categories: Rapidly Renewable (and Natural) and Sustainable Manufacturing. Page 1 focuses on those natural products while the 2nd page explains what makes those other fabrics environmentally conscious. Also please notice the two different types of leaf symbols: The leaf that is a green outline goes on the sample tags of our natural fabrics, while the solid green leaf will be found on the sample tags for these other patterns. Any questions, PLEASE ASK! (212) 431-4794
YOMA's solution dyed and recyclable pattern, Matsu, has been featured in the new issue of Boutique Design. The issue focuses on the continuation of the green movement. We are happy they also mention the recycled polyester content of Mockingbird.
We have introduced you to Marseilles, and we have gotten a great response from you! It is now our pleasure to announce that this product, of Sunbrella Acrylic yarns, is now able to be recycled! The recycling program developed specifically for this fiber content, will be based in Anderson, South Carolina. Please read the press release from Glen Raven.
One of our great clients in Atlanta has had the immense honor of a cover story in this month's Veranda magazine. Betty Burgess has transformed a 1950's Paris inspired home for a modern growing family while honoring the French roots. Burgess' stunning design includes a master bedroom that she chose to dress entirely in our Mockingbird, color STONE. The room is covered in our faux suede, from the drapery, to the wall upholstery, to the custom bedding including headboard and bedskirt. The luxurious treatment can be seen in the middle photo. Betty also used our Savanna, color SABLE for the bench seen in the bottom photo above. Congrats to you Betty, what a Beautiful job!
One of our new partners in representation, Cory Pope & Associates, has been featured in this month's issue of D Magazine. We are glad to be a part of the team - hope everyone in the area goes out to support this venture! Cory Pope & Associates, 150 Turtle Creek Blvd., Ste 205, 214-981-9119. Visit the showroom online: www.corypope.com
Happy Friday! Want to report that Yoma is making it easy for all to select those popular and exceptional fabrics that are generally available with little to no lead time. Please keep in mind two things - waiving a CFA will almost always expedite an order and always do check for your color and yardage ahead of time - we're good, but there can be exceptions from time to time. Thank you and Happy Weekend!!
YOMA Textiles is amongst the few fabric lines chosen for exclusive representation in a new territory - We are proud to announce the opening of a new high-end furnishings showroom in Dallas, TX - Cory Pope & Associates. Cory Pope has over 20 years in the industry - his vast experience with design projects for prominent homes, city landmarks with names like Rockefeller Center, Trump Tower, and Bellagio and a myriad of trendy boutiques and trendy restaurants, has earned him the reputation of a distinctive and influential designer. The new showroom represents a manicured style that immerses itself in a passion for extreme quality in fabrics, finishes, and materials.